MORBID ANGEL's DAVID VINCENT Is 'Excited' About NERO 54/68
Bassist/vocalist David Vincent (MORBID ANGEL) has commented on his involvement with NERO 54/68, the new project featuring Vincent, guitarist Niclas Engelin (IN FLAMES, ENGEL) and drummer Magnus "Adde" Andreasson (HARDCORE SUPERSTAR).
"I'm excited about this band," says Vincent. "We have been working together on this for awhile now as our individual schedules have permitted and we are soon ready to enter the recording phase."
MORBID ANGEL will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its best-selling album, "Covenant", by embarking on the "Covenant: 1993-2013" tour in November/December.
Engelin is sitting out a few of IN FLAMES' shows this summer. His temporary replacement for those gigs is Patrik Jensen from THE HAUNTED.
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's new album, "C'mon Take On Me", was released in Europe on March 1 via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2010's "Split Your Lip" was produced by the bandmembers themselves and mixed by Randy Staub (METALLICA, MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE CULT).
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